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Informant for iOS

Informant for iOS for managing all your Calendars, Tasks, and Projects. It is the original planner in your pocket and the ultimate personal organization app for iOS. Super easy to setup, works with all your existing calendars and trusted for over a decade.

Informant for macOS

Informant for macOS brings your favorite Pocket Informant features (Calendar, Tasks, Projects) to your Mac. It’s easy to setup and stay organized with all of your existing calendar accounts, or use with Informant Sync to stay connected across devices. One time purchase for Informant for macOS, subscription required for Informant Sync.

Informant Sync

A complete sync solution for Pocket Informant owners, created to be 100%, feature-for-feature compatible with the mobile applications. Informant Sync stores a backup of your information in the cloud and provides for syncing data that Microsoft & Google won’t sync such as tags, icons, and smart filters across your Informant apps on iOS, mac, or Android.

Informant for Android

Manage all your Calendars, Tasks, and Projects on your Android device. Organize calendars from and tasks in a single app. Super easy to setup, works with all your existing calendars and trusted for over a decade.

Informant for Web: Beta Update

It's been a productive few months since we've opened up the beta Informant for Web for testing. We are grateful for everyone who has taken the time to submit feedback and bug reports - we take it all into consideration and use it to help us make informed...

Pocket Informant for Android v4 (2015) retirement

With the recent release of iOS 14.5 causing issues with our legacy iOS v4 users, we wanted to make sure that this situation wouldn't happen with our legacy v4 Android users. It's always a difficult decision to let go of a product that users have become...

iOS 14.5 release and the end of legacy PI4

Apple released iOS 14.5 yesterday, April 26th, and since then we have started receiving support cases indicating that Pocket Informant v4 is no longer compatible. Although we knew that this would be an inevitability since we stopped releasing updates for...

iOS 14 Home Screen Widgets

2020 was a tough year for the Informant team, and we've had one request from our vocal group of users that has stood out amongst all the others -- home screen widgets. As much as we would have loved to have had the bandwidth last year to plan and develop...

Your Favorite Productivity Tool Now Entering the World of Web

One of the most requested features for Pocket Informant for many years has been a web browser version. Today we announce our plans to make this web version available to Informant Sync subscribers. For the past few months we have been working with a select...

Release Notes: Informant for iOS 5.67 & macOS 1.1.22. Subscribed Calendars are back!

iOS 5.6.7 release notes: Subscribed Calendars are back, you can now connect to non HTTPS webcal links for all your holiday calendarsFaceID and Pin Lock now work better than everFixes and improvements surrounding backups, a confirmation message has been...

Release Notes: Informant for iOS 5.67

We're happy to announce that for tomorrow's release we can officially welcome back the Today Widget (this is not a home-screen iOS 14 widget). After much work on iOS 14 we have fixed the old iOS Today Style Widget and have brought small tweaks and...

Our New and Improved Android app: available October 19th

When will the app be released? We are excited to announce the release of our newest app, Pocket Informant for Android, on Monday, October 19th. Where can I find the app? The app can be downloaded in the Google PlayStore. CLICK HERE to check out the app in...

Important Notice about the Notes feature in Pocket Informant

A while back, I heard something that wasn’t really new or earth shattering, but up till that point, I honestly hadn’t really taken the time to consider it. Every time you say “yes” to something, you are implicitly saying “no” to something else. If you...

How to sign into Gmail in Pocket Informant

In a browser, go to your Google Account andselect Manage your Google Account Select the Security tab. Turn on 2-Step Verification (which generates a new section, App Passwords). Then tap App Passwords Select Mail and iPhone from the drop menus and then...

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